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Posted on: October 22, 2018

Public Arts Commission Installs New Sculpture By Rusty Wolfe

Artist Rusty Wolfe standing next to his sculpture.

If you find yourself driving down Walnut Avenue, keep your eyes peeled for a new piece of public art.

The large metal sculpture ‘Paired’ by talented artist Rusty Wolfe was installed on Tuesday, October 16th in downtown Green Bay.

The sculpture that took Wolfe several months to create, is a way for everyone to experience art. 

“You can’t help but feel good about it, it gives you a sort of glow inside. Public art is a really positive way for cities and communities to grow, and it helps stimulate communities to have more art,” said Rusty Wolfe, artist of the sculpture.

Rusty Wolfe’s piece will be on display at the corner of Walnut and Oakland for one whole year and is available for purchase. To view more of Rusty Wolfe's work visit his website: www.rustywolfe.com/

Wolfe’s piece is part of the Green Bay Public Arts Commission’s Rotating Art Program. The Public Arts Commission will be installing several more sculptures throughout the town within the next two months.

To learn more about the Public Arts Commission or about purchasing Rusty Wolfe’s sculpture, visit us online at www.greenbaywi.gov/pac or contact Public Arts Coordinator, Laura Schley at 920-448-3142 / email: laurasc@greenbaywi.gov.


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